Hemp rope for disc herniation and joint pain

Of course, the reasons for the high incidence of these diseases are complex, but undoubtedly the use of hemp in the past played some role in the prevention of these and other diseases.

In recent years, interest in natural remedies and methods has progressively grown and more and more people are looking for ways to heal in traditional medicine, where hemp occupies a significant position.

Hemp is grown in many parts of the world , with its main producers being France, Canada and China.

It has been banned for cultivation in the USA since 1950. Despite their qualities, the US government does not recognize the differences between industrial hemp and marijuana.

In fact, the US Drug Enforcement Agency classifies all varieties of cannabis as marijuana, making industrial hemp just as illegal regardless of its use.

Hemp seeds are extremely rich in protein, fiber, omega-3 fatty acids (one of the few plant-based sources of omega-3), omega-6 fatty acids, and more.

An interesting fact is that hemp fibers have the ability to block 50% more ultraviolet rays than cotton, for example.

It is important to note that there are some differences between hemp and marijuana.

The term hemp is used to refer to the fibers from the stem of Cannabis Sativa. Cannabis Sativa is a cannabis variety that is preferred for this purpose due to its long stems (they can reach over 6 meters in height).

Its fibers and seeds are used for the purposes of nutrition, textile industry, oils and others.

Marijuana is cannabis (Cannabis Indica), which is grown for the plant’s buds, which contain psychoactive compounds.

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